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Issue: 2016-09-15

Hidden Treasure in Haines Junction

Another successful year has ended for the local gallery in Haines Junction. For the last five years, the gallery has been housed in the basement of St. Christopher’s Church.It started when Lynn De Brabandere, the minister, was...

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Exotic Animals to Visit the Yukon

A wide variety of exotic animals from Cuvier dwarf caimans, pythons, tortoises, tarantulas, ablack lemur and opossums are being brought to Whitehorse for the Canadian Accredited Zoo & Aquarium (CAZA) Professionals 2016...

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Dawson Tinder Report

Hello, dear readers. The Annual Territorial September Scramble is on in full force. Up the Klondike Highway where the winters are darker and colder than in Whitehorse, the stakes of the dating game are stacked even higher.I went...

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A Feast For All

Fall is harvest time, and at the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in (TH) Teaching and Working Farm School, there will be a feast to celebrate a summer’s worth of hard work by students and staff alike.“TH has wanted active farming for the...

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Berry Picking

For me, the summer of 2016 has been the best berry year ever. My berry season starts with wild strawberries and they were bigger than ever this year. Wild raspberries are almost always abundant. Our famous Yukon cranberries are...

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Curry Cauliflower Pickles

When I was a kid, we had yellow curry powder in the house for exactly three dishes: curriedrice with raisins, curried chicken steamed buns and these deliciously addictive curried crab puffs my parents would make for special...

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Veganize Your Chili

Autumn is here. The Yukon experiences seasons differently than other parts of Canada do.Our southern friends won’t start gearing up for fall until the end of September, but here in the north this lovely season comes in...

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